I've Rounded Up The Weirdest Laws In The UK That Are Technically STILL In Effect
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Can you believe that there are actually laws in the United Kingdom that go all the way back to medieval times? It may sound wild, but it's absolutely true! In this post, we're going to delve into some of the most bizarre and outdated laws that are still in effect in the UK legal system today. Get ready for a wacky journey!
1.First up, it is illegal to be drunk in a pub!
2.Don't you even dare walk your cow in the street in daylight!
3.And definitely don't take your cow to the pub!
4.You might need to halt your plans to start that gambling ring at your local library...
5.Knock-a-door runaway is a knock-a-door no-way!!
6.It's illegal to impersonate a police officer. Maybe it's time to think of a new fancy dress outfit?
7.And make sure you don't look too fishy, while handling fish!
8.We're British. Of course it's illegal to jump the queue!
9.Flying a kite in a public area? Don't do it!
10.When was the last time your Uber driver asked if you had the plague? Because they SHOULD be asking, or else they're breaking the law!
11.If you thought becoming an MP meant you can wear your armor at all times, then you would be wrong!
12.If planning to shake your rugs in the street, make sure you do it after 8 a.m!
13.Make sure your pups don't get too friendly with the Royal Corgis!
14.Careful on ice, if you slip, you're heading straight to jail!
15.And finally, when air-drying your clothes, don't hang them across the street!
So, there you go. You can go about your daily business knowing you're not breaking some weird law now!
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